Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/21/2014 -- Ayara is a staple in the Los Angeles community with a very successful restaurant and is now having great success with their newly launched Thai sauce line. They have sold out of every sauce at each event they have attended this holiday season and will be available in stores soon. Sauces can also be purchased at their website, www.ayaraproducts.com
Ayara's Thai Sauces
From Their Home to Yours
Los Angeles, CA- Ayara Thai Cuisine is now packaging and selling their famous Thai sauces. For years, friends and customers have been requesting samples of the delicious sauces, so they could incorporate them into their kitchens at home. Their product website provides a description and recipes for all seven sauces (Pad Thai Sliders recipe, below). Currently, they sell a Pad Thai Sauce, Thai BBQ Sauce, Thai Chili-Lime sauce, Thai Creamy House Dressing, Thai Cucumber Sauce, Thai Peanut Sauce, and a spicy Thai Steak Sauce. At Artisanal LA and Unique LA, two recent pop-up community events showcasing local and handmade edibles, Ayara Thai Cuisine sold almost 1,000 jars of their sauces. The popularity and demand for Ayara's products are growing daily. For more information or to order any of their seven sauces, visit http://ayaraproducts.com/.
Pad Thai Sliders Recipe
(serves 4 people)
2oz (1/4 bottle) of Ayara's Pad Thai Sauce
1-pound ground Chicken
8-Shrimp (peeled, deveined, and coarsely chopped)
4-tablespoons of Shrimp Paste in Soya Bean
4-cloves of Garlic, minced
a pinch of Paprika
a pinch of Salt
a pinch of Pepper
1-tablespoon of Vegetable Oil
8-King's Hawaiian Dinner Rolls
1-small bag of Spinach
1-Carrot, finely shredded
2-stocks of Green Onions, finely shredded
2oz (1/4 bottle) of Ayara's Peanut Sauce
1. Thoroughly mix the Pad Thai sauce, ground chicken, shrimp, shrimp paste, garlic, paprika, salt, and pepper into a bowl and form 8 small patties each about 3 inches in diameter.
2. Heat a large non-stick skillet with oil over medium-high heat and cook patties 4 minutes on each side.
3. While the patties are cooking, cut the dinner rolls in half to create buns.
4. Spread the peanut sauce on the bottom bun and layer it with spinach.
5. When patties are done cooking, put patties on top of spinach, add peanut sauce, carrots, and green onions. Put the top bun on and enjoy!
About Ayara Thai Cuisine
Ayara Thai Cuisine, a family-owned restaurant in Los Angeles opened in August of 2004 by chef and restauranteur, Andy Asapahu and his wife, chef Anna Asapahu, to craft delicious home-cooked Thai food. At Ayara Thai Cuisine, dishes are prepared from family recipes and cooking styles have been passed down through generations. The Asapahu family of Ayara Thai offers taste of their authentic home-cooked Thai food, where quality is never compromised. They use fresh seasonal ingredients and each dish is prepared from scratch and enhanced individually by herbs and spices to ensure the boldest, most genuine flavors. For more information, visit http://www.ayarathaicuisine.co
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